The current news from musician and social media Influencer, A-Plus reveals that, some people somewhere in the Nkwanta South District are fighting over farmland. Kwame Asare Obeng commonly known as A-Plus revealed this to his fans and Ghanaians oh his Facebook platform.
On his Facebook platform, Kwame A-Plus made it known to Ghanaians that, he has been informed about some serious fighting over farmland somewhere in the Nkwanta South District. He also added that, the information he has received states that, one person has even lost his life due to this land dispute going on.
A-Plus went ahead to say that, he has images of what is currently happening but he cannot upload them on social media. Even though he didn't upload the images but he posted a video showing a man who was injured and hospitalized as a result of the violence in the area.
On his Facebook platform he wrote that, " I've been informed of some serious fighting over farmland somewhere in the Nkwanta South District. My information is that, one person has lost his life. I have images, I cannot share one social media."
Below is the link to the video A-Plus posted on his Facebook platform.
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